Actor Priyanka Chopra has shared an update about the release of her memoir ‘Unfinished’ recently. Taking to her social media handles, the Sky is Pink actress shared the jacket of the upcoming book.
In the picture shared on Instagram, Chopra can be seen holding the cover of her book while donning a business suit. She seems to be in a good mood as she smiles widely. Now, coming to the jacket, the cover of the book is simple as evident from the picture and has the actress’ name at the top. Major portion of the cover comprises a photograph of Priyanka and below it, the title of the book has been printed. The photograph on the jacket is the same that has been set as the profile picture of Priyanka’s social media handles for the past couple of months.
This was not all. The Barfi actress shared her feelings about writing a memoir and actually holding it in her hand. Then she revealed that she had just received the cover for now which she had folded around another book to “see what it would really feel like”. She announced that the first printed copy of the autobiography will be out by next month, that is January, 2021. The link to pre-book the memoir was also shared along with the Instagram update.
Her caption read: “That feeling when I’m holding my book in my hands for the first time… just kidding, I only received the jacket so I wrapped it around a book to see what it would really feel like. I can’t wait to get the first printed copy next month! Pre order your copy at the link in bio. #Unfinished”.
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Priyanka Chopra had shared a sneak peak of her memoir a few months back in August this year. ‘Unfinished’ is going to carry several essays, stories and observations penned by the actress. The book is being published by Penguin Random House.
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